Holy Club

Holy Club Young Adult Fellowship

Open to all, age 18-35, Wednesday nights 6:30-8:30pm, Philadelphia Room, Wesley’s Chapel & Leysian Mission

Welcome! The Holy Club is a young adult fellowship and discipleship group for ages 18-35. We have a book study and fellowship over a meal, with regular special events for spiritual development, celebrating heritage, or community service. If you’re interested in a group of young Christians working together to live into the demands of faith, if you’re curious about how we can live Christian lifestyles in our busy work-obsessed world, or if you’re just hungry for a hot meal on Wednesday nights, feel free to join us.
Why Holy Club? →
In 1729, John Wesley joined a group of his fellow students and friends at Oxford to form the first Holy Club. Together they debated theology, discussed books, performed acts of service and charity in the community, worked as activists, and held each other accountable for living more intentionally as Christians. John Wesley would later describe the Holy Club as the birthplace of the Methodist movement.
Inspired by that original club, the Holy Club at Wesley’s Chapel and Leysian Mission is a place for fellowship, learning, and discipleship. We meet weekly to eat together and participate in a book study to deepen our knowledge of faith. We plan opportunities to act as servants of the community as a group, and we take occasional retreats beyond London to explore our spirituality, heritage, and greater community.

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Current Book Study

The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis
Written in the form of a series of letters from “Screwtape,” a devil high in the ranks of Hell, to “Wormwood,” his young and inexperienced nephew.
The Screwtape Letters is a witty exploration of spiritual conflict and faith in a modern world, viewed through the crooked lens of the ultimate unreliable narrator.

Upcoming Events

Check back soon for upcoming events.


If you’d like to know more about any of our events, or have questions of any sort, please contact Erick Hunter, email gmf@wesleyschapel.org.uk.